KUSF In Exile 07.01.12 10-1230 PM The Consortionist

Early Music in The Late Morning

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the consortionist (Music) with dj schmeejay 07/01/2012 10:00AM to 11:30AM

Grete Sultan "Etude #9" from "Etude Australes" on Get Back -- John Cage 1974
Pierre Froidebise "Recit et Plein jeu en re" from "French Organ Masterpiece" on Nonesuch -- Louis Marchand 17th c
Renaissance "Closer Than Yesterday" from "A Song for All Seasons" on Sire
Benedictine Monks of the Abbey Saint-Maurice and Saint-Maur of Clervaux "Responsorium: Christus resurgens" from "Salve Festa Dies: Gregorian Chants sung by the Benedictine Monks of Clervaux" on Philips -- 6th c
The Waverly Consort "Quivi sospiri" from "Italia Mia" on CBS Masterworks -- Luzzasco Luzzaschi 16thc
Shem Guibbory "Violin Phase" from "Steve Reich: Octet, Music For Large Ensemble & Violin Phase" on ECM New Series
Studio Der Fruhen Musik "Par Maintes Fois" from "Fruhe Musik" on Das Alte Werk
Focus "House Of The King" from "In and Out of Focus" on Red Bullet Productions
Stanley Taylor Consort "Sonata for 7 Recorders" from "Dulcet Pipes" on Vanguard -- Schmelzer 16th c
Emeralds "The Cycle Of Abuse" from "Does It Look Like I'm Here?" on P-VINE
Czech Philharmonic Chorus & Josef Veselka "Questra Crudele" from "Madrigals" on Supraphon -- Gesualdo 16th c
Studio Der Fruhen Musik "Quen a Virgen" from "Camino de Santiago" on Reflexe -- 13th c
Fever Ray "If I Had A Heart" from "Fever Ray" on Co-operative Music
Women of the Voices of Ascension "Vos Flores Rosarum" from "Voices of Angels" on Delos -- Hildegard von Bingen 12th c
New York Pro Musica "Riu Riu" from "Medieval Roots" on Decca -- Anon 14th c
Bill Nelson "Waiting of Voices" from "The Love That Whirls" on UMC (Universal Music Catalogue) -- 1981
New York Pro Musica "Cantiga: CLXVI" from "Medieval Roots" on Decca -- Alfonso X 14th c
Accademia Monteverdiana "Pastore Caesus" from "Music in Honor of Thomas of Canterbury" on Nonesuch -- anon 13th c
Accademia Monteverdiana "Ante Thronum" from "Music in Honor of Thomas of Canterbury" on Nonesuch -- Anon 13th c
Studio Der Fruhen Musik "Ich Trau Keinm Alten" from "Bauern, Tanz, und Strassenlieder in Deutchland" on Das Alte Werk -- Sennfl 16th c
Clemencic Consort "Oleg Tancz" from "Danses Anciennes" on harmonia mundi -- 16th c
The Hilliard Ensemble "Doleo Super Te" from "Medieval English Music (Masters of the 14th & 15th Centuries)" on harmonia mundi -- anon 14th c
The Hilliard Ensemble "Veni Sancti Sipiritus" from "John Dunstable: motets" on EMI Angel -- Dunstable
Glenn Gould "Prelude & Fugue No. 2 In C Major" from "Well Tempered Clavier" on CBS Masterworks -- Bach 16th c
Irmin Schmidt & Bruno Spoerri "Rapido De Noir" from "Ambient: A Brief History of Ambient Vol. One" on Virgin

KUSF In Exile 07.01.12 8-10 AM Whiskey Before Breakfast DJ Richard White

A two hour set of Folk, Acoustic, Flat Picking, Traditional, Bluegrass, Contemporary, and everything else related with waking up in a relaxed way to get the Sunday started off. Originally a radio show that was on WKSU, with Kerry Blech in the 70's, which led to the Folk Alley that we hear now.

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Here are four vintage radio comedies including a whole slew of
bloopers for this week's Whiskey Before Breakfast:

Duffy's Tavern (special guest Mickey Rooney) (NBC; March 2, 1949)
Fibber McGee & Molly "Fibber Gets His Draft Notice" (NBC; March 18, 1941)
The Great Gildersleeve "Gildersleeve Arrives In Summer" (NBC; August 31, 1941)
The Life Of Riley "The Football Game" (NBC; September 28, 1946)

KUSF In Exile 07.01.12 Rampage Radio DJ Swamplord

1st Three Hours

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2nd Three Hours

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2 am
Nokturnal Mortum – Дитя Болот И Полнолуния (The Child of Swamps and Full Moon)
Alkonost – Несказанный Свет (Ineffable Light)
Black Knight – Warlord’s Wrath
Nightfall – Ishtar (Celebrate Your Beauty)
Vintersorg – Norrland
Judas Priest – Metal Meltdown
Radogost – Not For War
Bal-Sagoth – Tale from the Deep Woods

3 am
Blitzkrieg – Armageddon
Ek – Baktun 13
Naglfar – 12th Rising
Angel Witch – Baphomet
Грай – Вставай с колен (Graj – Get Up Off Its Knees)
In Flames – December Flower
Pagan Altar – Walking In The Dark
Mistur – Armod

4 am
Whispered – Blade In The Snow
Isengard – Vinterskugge
Minas Morgul – AK-47 – Kalaschnikow-Standgericht
Finsterforst – Schatten Der Nacht
Tytan – The Watcher

5 am
Borknagar – My Friend Of Misery (Metallica cover)
Finntroll – The God That Failed (Metallica cover)
Catamenia – I Wanna Be Somebody (W.A.S.P. cover)
Eternal Tears of Sorrow – Sick, Dirty, and Mean (Accept cover)
Thyrfing – Over The Hills and Far Away (Gary Moore cover)
Sabaton – Twilight Of The Thunder God (Amon Amarth cover)
Kalmah – Arise (Sepultura cover)
Ragnarok – Fortuna Imperatrix Mundi (Carl Orff cover)

6 am
Cradle of Filth – Tragic Kingdom
Lust – We’ll Never Die
Rimfrost – A Frozen World Unknown
Сварга & Дрыгва – В Пасти Новой Войны (Svarga & Drygva – In The Mouth Of New War)
Dio – Holy Diver
Аркона – На Моей Земле (Arkona – In My Land)

7 am
Dark Tranquillity – Shadow Duet
Virtue – High Treason
The Privateer – Port Corrad
Arathorn – Die Hymne Des Winters Zorn
Radigost – В Сердце Битвы (In the Heart of Battle)
Sig:Ar:Tyr – The Way

RAMPAGE RADIO is a 6 hour Heavy Metal radio show founded by Howie Klein, Ian Kallen & Ron Quintana which aired on KUSF 90.3 FM in San Francisco every weekend from March 6,  1982 until January 16, 2011 and continues to appear weekly on KUSF In Exile. The early years of Rampage featured the heaviest bands from the UK NWOBHM scene, Europe & the worldwide metal underground along with classic '70s bands and the roots of metal going back to the late '60s. Legendary artists such as Mercyful Fate, Yngwie Malmsteen & Metallica sent demo tapes to Rampage in the early '80s, receiving their first airplay on this show when no one else was willing to take a chance, and we are proud to have introduced listeners to every new worthy development in metal that has emerged over the last 30 years. Rampage Radio is now into it's 4th decade of weekly broadcasts and we continue to play non-commercial metal to an enthusiastic worldwide audience.

KUSF In Exile 07.01.12 1-2 AM Swamphell DJ Swamplord

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Runic – Liar Flags
Minas Morgul – Wulf
FängörN – Sword of Discord (The First Sword)
Thyrfing – Vansinnesvisan
From The Vastland – Thousand Years Of Eternity
Northland – Ancient Tales
Moonreich – Du sang sur les mains
Ablazer – Nightside Shadows

Hello all! My name is Andrew Noerr, and I am a DJ here on KUSF in Exile. I am a freshman at the University of San Francisco, and I have always been interested in radio/TV broadcasting. Because of that, I chose to be a media studies major. Music and sports are my main interests, and music is what I am pursuing on the radio side.

I have a show on KUSF in Exile titled "Swamphell", and my name on the air is DJ Swamplord. The show airs from 1-2 a.m. late Saturday nights/Sunday mornings, and it actually is a very intense heavy metal show! I feel that it works well airing right before the famous Rampage Radio show that airs from 2-8 a.m. My focus is to shed light on the many great foreign bands on the metal scene, which also means that I will not be playing many bands from the United States. The genres that I play are 50% folk metal and 50% a combination of black and death metal. A fun thing I do for this show is that I am willing to play metal from all around the world, as metal is actually a very prevalent genre of music in many areas. One can realize this if they tune in to my show, so support me and give this a chance! Thanks for all the support!

KUSF In Exile 06.30.12 8-11 PM Fermata DJ Fari

A fermata (also known as a hold, pause, colloquially a birdseye, or as a grand pause when placed on a note or a rest) is an element of musical notation indicating that the note should be sustained for longer than its note value would indicate. Exactly how much longer it is held is up to the discretion of the performer or conductor, but twice as long is not unusual. It is usually printed above, but occasionally below (upside down), the note that is to be held longer. Occasionally holds are also printed above rests or barlines, indicating a pause of indefinite duration.
This symbol appears as early as the 15th century, and is quite common in the works of Dufay and Josquin.

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KUSF In Exile 06.30.12 6-8 PM Turkish Cultural Program

"A program in English about music and culture of Turks, with a summary of newsworthy developments,"

Ahmet Toprak, Ates Murat Temeltas, Fuad Tokad

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KUSF in Exile 06.30.12 430-5 PM Samedi Culture

Cultural News and Music from the French Speaking Community. Featuring interviews with French speaking personalities, special guests, and new music. Broadcast in French, hosted by the French Cultural Services; this program is sponsored by the French American Cultural Society.


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KUSF In Exile 06.30.12 4-430 PM The Pastor Tom Show

The Pastor Tom Show

Personal Growth and development specialist Dr. Tom Polcari brings aboard topics that are too hot to handle by other stations. Regular listeners weekly come from every age, sex, and ethnic background. The music will consistently surprise and delight. Producer and host, Dr. Tom Polcari.

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KUSF In Exile 06.30.12 Noon-2 PM Cowboy in Exile DJ Jim Levine

Classical music-all forms, all eras, performed by groups of all sizes.
Email:  jasperthebeagle@yahoo.com

Producer and Host, Jim Levine

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JS Bach/Fantasia and Fugue in D Minor
Roger Woodward, piano (14:00)

Prokofiev/Sonata for Flute and Piano Op. 98
Linda Wetherill, Fl./Antony Saunders, Pn, (27:22)

Dvorak/Piano Quartet No. 2 in E Flat Major Op. 87
Fleezanis/Walther/Carr/Kalish (36:08)

Grieg/Piano Concerto on A Minor
Francois-Frederic Guy, piano/BBC PO/N. Jarvi (31:54)

Rahmaninoff/Melodie from Fantasy Pieces Op. 3
Konstantin Scherbakov, Piano (4:39)

KUSF In Exile 06.30.12 9-10 AM Poet As Radio

POET AS RADIO is a new, weekly program on KUSF In Exile, airing Saturdays from 9am to 10am at www.savekusf.org. Jack Spicer said that the poet is not a creator, but a conduit, getting messages from an undefinable source to form the poem. He thought of a poet as a radio, broadcasting words. We like to think of POET AS RADIO as an opportunity for writers to broadcast their words as well.


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